Renaissance woman Melissa Dinwiddie is an artist, writer, singer-songwriter and inspirationalist/creativity maven, known for getting people sparked, stoked and creating. She's been making ketubot since 1996, and her artworks can be found in private collections around the globe.
Rabbi Elisheva Salamo is priveleged to serve Keddem congregation. Beginning her career as a biologist, she is acutely aware of the wondrousness of creation. To fill her time, she works at the Palo Alto JCC, designing programs for a wonderful group of elders, teaches 2nd and 3rd grade Torah study, hangs out with her daughter, a budding cellist, and is engaged in needlepointing a map of the world.
Elaine Moise is a founder and past president of Keddem Congregation in Palo Alto. She has been singing as long as she can remember, and holds Master's degrees in Voice and Music History (SUNY at Buffalo.) She is also co-author of The Dancing with Miriam Haggadah: A Women's Celebration of Passover. Elaine is currently secretary of Harmoniyah: The Reconstructionist Music Network.